Collected Works of Poe, Volume V (Webster's Spanish by Edgar Allan Poe

By Edgar Allan Poe

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Resemblance: parecido. rushing: apresurar. savage: fiero, salvaje. tasted: gusto, Probado. terrified: aterrorizado, aterrado. tranquilly: tranquilamente. % His mode of equipping the party as ourang-outangs was very simple, but effective enough for his purposes. The animals in question had, at the epoch of my story, very rarely been seen in any part of the civilized world; and as the imitations made by the dwarf were sufficiently beast-like and more than sufficiently hideous, their truthfulness to nature was thus thought to be secured.

He seemed to be in an unusual good humor. He was excessively lively--so much so that I entertained I know not what of uneasy suspicion. It is not impossible that he was affected with the transcendentals. I am not well enough versed, however, in the diagnosis of this disease to speak with decision upon the point; and unhappily there were none of my friends of the “Dial” present. I suggest the idea, nevertheless, because of a certain species of austere Merry-Andrewism which seemed to beset my poor friend, and caused him to make quite a Tom-Fool of himself.

Outrage: ultraje. pretending: fingiendo, pretendiendo. revenge: venganza, revancha. scruple: escrúpulo. scrutinize: escrutar, escrutas, escruto, escruten, escrutan, escrutamos, escrutáis, escrutad, escruta, escrute. stationed: estacionado. vengeance: venganza. virulence: virulencia. whence: de dónde. % --La Bruyère It was well said of a certain German book that “er lasst sich nicht lesen” - it does not permit itself to be read. There are some secrets which do not permit themselves to be told. Men die nightly in their beds, wringing the hands of ghostly confessors and looking them piteously in the eyes—die with despair of heart and convulsion of throat, on account of the hideousness of mysteries which will not suffer themselves to be revealed.

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